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2019年9月20日
HASSELL的三个项目赢得新加坡规划师学会年度规划大奖

2019年第六届新加坡规划师学会(SIP)向26个项目颁发的规划奖项中,三个HASSELL项目荣获不同类别的规划设计奖项。

在国际项目类别中,悉尼达令港转型项目获得了协会颁发的城市设计金奖,旧金山聚拢和联通:城市韧性设计则荣获了韧性规划的银奖,位于成都的“熊猫之都”总体策划及概念性规划在最佳规划项目中获得铜奖。

SIP主席Wilfred Loo表示,这些奖项是对于当地以及全球杰出规划设计项目的认可。而获奖者可以被视为“东南亚地区规划及设计专家的典范”。

新加坡国家发展部部长黄循财先生,本次受邀作为荣誉嘉宾出席颁奖活动,认为快速的城市化进程仍将成为当今规划师的主要挑战。

“随着快速的城市化进程,各处的城市都变得更复杂,更难管理 — 无论是在社会不平等、环境问题还是长期的气候变化问题方面。因此,在管理规划我们的城市时,将城市打造地更为宜居且可持续,将变得愈发重要。”他说。

HASSELL获得奖项的三个项目均很好地促进了社会及环境方面的可持续,在城市规划及设计方面通过战略合作以及多个层面的协作实现韧性设计,HASSELL首席景观设计及负责人Angus Bruce说。

“这些奖项的获得进一步展现了我们设计团队所参与项目的广度,这些呼应本地的更新项目遍及全球。从悉尼最受游客欢迎的公共空间的更新确保了达令港的高人气;到以社区为基础的韧性城市设计策略为旧金山南部城市重新建立其与滨水空间的联系,同时缓解气候变化带来的影响;再到以保育为重点,关系到最大最完整最重要的大熊猫自然栖息地所在城市 — 成都的旅游规划。”Angus说。

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2019年9月12日
HASSELL与行业领导参与世界人工智能大会

第二届世界人工智能大会于上周在上海举办,作为大会的分论坛之一,HASSELL董事Robert Price与其他行业领导一同讨论了科技如何帮助我们打造高效的办公空间,同时,我们又应当如何应对科技带来的干扰。

在名为“AI赋能 智慧建筑”的主题论坛中,与会嘉宾主要发表并讨论了如何为建筑及楼宇管理行业提供整体的现代化智慧解决方案,以及设计师如何在科技快速蓬勃发展的时代从人性化的角度出发,影响智能系统的开发。

在主题论坛中,Robert与东浩兰生集团副总裁高文伟、腾讯云副总裁万超、中国房地产协会副会长王惠敏以及深圳市鹏安视科技有限公司董事长马旭刚一同参加了圆桌论坛。高力国际Workplace Advisory董事Truddy Cheung则在圆桌论坛前发表了题为“下一代工作场所”的演讲。

“为建筑楼宇管理开发智慧系统时,及早地引入办公空间设计师是非常必要的。科技潜能的完全触发离不开结合使用者的体验。”Robert说。

“感应技术以及大数据让设计师能够充分使用人工智能进行更高效的设计,这一点在办公空间的打造过程中已得到证实。”Robert说。

世界人工智能大会是一项集合了全球最先进的技术产品以及科技公司的年度盛会。今年,在大会开幕式上,阿里巴巴集团创始人马云和SpaceX创办者以及特斯拉CEO埃隆·马斯克就人工智能带来的便利与风险展开了一场热烈的辩论,同时话题还涉及火星探索以及办公空间的文化。

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2019年9月9日
HASSELL项目获颁国际景观设计师联盟(IFLA)奖项

2019年国际景观设计师联盟(IFLA)奖宣布了HASSELL的两个项目分别获得了其所属领域的杰出奖(Awards of Excellence)。

达令港改造项目是20年来悉尼城中最重要的城市更新计划,获得了文化及城市景观类别杰出奖。同时,珀斯体育场公园与雪佛龙公园 — 这一占地41公顷的片区旨在为Optus珀斯体育场打造与之相匹配的一流的公园,获得了开放空间类别杰出奖。

HASSELL首席景观设计及负责人Angus Bruce说,能够赢得这些奖项继续验证了这些项目的全球性,同时也为当地社区所服务。

“这两个项目均转变了公众与片区互动的方式。这是我们设计团队能够打造出改变人们对场地的感受,不遗余力地支持生物多样性以及健康积极生活方式的景观设计的最佳佐证。祝贺所有的获胜者。”Angus说。

摄影:
体育场公园 — Peter Bennetts, Robert Frith
达令港公共空间 — Simon Wood

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